MFA Boston and Boston Public Library Collaborate on Major Exhibition of Graphic Works by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), is partnering with the Boston Public Library to organize Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris, a major exhibition opening in April 2019 that will explore Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s extraordinary attention to performance—particularly the stars and entertainments of 19th-century Montmartre, the bohemian center of Parisian nightlife. Both institutions house rich…
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Boston Public Library Launches WiFi Hotspot Lending Program

Boston Public Library announced today the launch of its mobile WiFi hotspot lending initiative, expanding free internet access to patrons beyond its 26 public service locations. Hotspots will be available to borrow at the Central Library and branches throughout the city; if all hotspots are checked out, adult patrons (18+) may place a hold via…
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Boston Public Library’s October Author Talks and Lectures

October author talks at the Central Library and neighborhood branches feature acclaimed writers in conversation about diverse topics including the Constitution and the presidency; the legacy of Lorraine Hansberry; Alexander Hamilton; and the hidden history of Boston.  All programs and events can be viewed via www.bpl.org/events. Monday, October 1 Mark Warren and David Goodman, editors…
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Boston Public Library Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Booklist, Programs

Boston Public Library today announced that in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), the library has published its annual Latinx Life booklist, a list of recent books concerning the Hispanic experience. Genres include biography, expressions, history and contemporary issues, and fiction. Works by former Mexican President Vicente Fox, acclaimed Brazilian author…
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Boston Public Library’s Fall Local and Family History Series Begins

Boston Public Library’s Local & Family History Lecture Series returns this month, featuring talks from public historian Elon Cook Lee and author Barbara F. Berenson, and continue through December. The schedule can be viewed on bpl.org. All talks take place at the Central Library in Copley Square, located at 700 Boylston Street. Public historian Elon…
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Boston Public Library and UMass Boston Host “I Emcee What You Did There” Hip-Hop Event in Central Library’s Courtyard

Boston Public Library and UMass Boston invite hip-hop enthusiasts of all ages to attend a free hip-hop event in the courtyard of the Central Library on Saturday, September 15, from 1-4 p.m.  “I Emcee What You Did There” is the first in a series of hip-hop programs to take place at the Central Library and…
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Boston Public Library’s Fall Author Talks and Lectures Begin

This month begins Boston Public Library’s dynamic fall author talk series running through December, highlighted by Anne Boyd Rioux and Elif Armbruster, whose talks celebrate the 150th anniversary of Little Women. Additionally, several book discussion groups take place in conjunction with the Mayor's Recovery Month Book Club. Visit the BPL calendar for more information. Author…
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Boston Public Library Read Your Way to Fenway Winners Celebrate at August 19 Red Sox Game

Boston Public Library and its young readers celebrated summer at Fenway Park on Sunday when the Red Sox played the Tampa Bay Rays, with the conclusion of the 23nd annual Read Your Way to Fenway reading contest. Boston’s Youth aged 5-17 were encouraged to read a minimum of three books for a chance to watch…
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Boston Public Library Reaches Goal of Reading One Million Minutes

Boston Public Library announced today that Boston readers read 1.75 million minutes so far this summer, surpassing the citywide goal of inviting Bostonians of all ages to read a collective one million minutes from June through August.  “Bostonians’ love of reading is evident, and we are thrilled that so many patrons are sharing their favorite…
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Parker Hill Branch Library Reopens Following $2.4 Million Improvement

City and State officials, along with residents and library staff, celebrated the reopening of the Parker Hill Branch of the Boston Public Library at a community celebration on Saturday, July 28.  The celebration marked the end of a yearlong closure for interior and exterior repairs and improvements.  The $2.4 million investment, part of Mayor Martin…
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